Rushville Republican from Rushville, Indiana on April 18, 1968 · Page 11
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Vote For NORMAN ALEXANDER CANDIDATE FOR CLERK RUSH CIRCUIT COURT Republican Primary Tuesday, May 7 Washer & Dryer CUSTOM CARE For Your Laundry LAUNDRY CHORES MADE EASIER Curtis Brothers TY — Furniture Appliances Southeast on U.S. 52 Phone 932-3366 COMET 26", 30”, 41” models ROBBINS MOTOR SERVICE R. 1 — Rushville In Circleville 932-3416 Bit For The Soul By the REV. FRED CLARK Minister of the United Presbyterian Church, Milroy. By the time this gets into print the Easter Season will be over, insofar as the time period is con cerned. Those of us who were present at the services of the Church saw and heard the special emphasis that was placed on the culmination of our Lord’s experience on earth. Some of us honored the risen Lord by special attention to dress, new attire being worn on Easter Sunday. Special music was played and the singing of hymns pertinent to Easter were all the order of the day. Well, all this was very good and all in keeping with the customs and requirements of the season. However, this very pertinent question might well be asked — “Is this all there should be to Easter?” Our Lord did not tell us to celebrate His resurrection, but He did tell us to celebrate His death. We remember a death, but we do not celebrate it. The resurrection of our Lord, however, was such a stupendous thing that we cannot help being joyful about it each time the Easter season recurs. Those events in Christ’s life that we celebrate have a significance far •oeyond our mere remembrance of them. Events like his birth, his death and resurrection all have a vital meaning for us. They are integral parts of our spiritual life. If Jesus still slept under the Syrian stars things would not be as well with us today. If Jesus had not been born life in the world would not be as it now is. If Jesus had balked at the cross the story of our redemption would not have been nearly as romantic — in fact there would have been no story of redemption at all. In the trio of His birth, death, and resurrection, the only one of these that was exclusively human was His death. Life went from him under the impact of something that would have killed any one of us. His birth was not exclusively human for the preliminaries preceding His birth were not as those of any other human, and in His resurrection He is entirely outside our class. We have no reason to believe that we shall come back to life on earth even for as short a time as He did. So Easter is like all other events we celebrate in Christ’s life — it has a meaning that goes far beyond the month of March or April. It is just as timely to talk about Christ’s birthday in August as it is in December, and it is not unseasonable to wax eloquent about Ilis resurrection in January. The celebration of such events in Christ’s life as his birth, death, resurrection, and ascension are pertinent to particular times of the year, but the things they mean for us are as eternal as God Himself. GAL ASTRONOMER DOVER, Del. (AP) — A spe | cial little room upstairs at the | Delaware State Museum tells * the story of the famed astrono- j mer Annie Jump Cannon. Born in 1863 in a house that ; still stands in downtown Dover. I Annie Jump Cannon was the | daughter of a prosperous ship- j builder and state legislator. In 1925 Oxford University I made her a doctor of science, the first woman so honored by ; Oxford. For many years at Harj vard she held the William ! Crunch Bond chair in astronomy, and was curator of astronomical photographs. She died in Boston in 1941. FOLLOWING PRECEDENT MEMPHIS (AP) — The final class ells were still echoing class bells were suu echoing Betsey Buchanan. Miss Buchanan and Richard Short were married immediately after they were graduated from Memphis State University at the winter commencement exercises. She had a precedent for the arrangement. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buchanan of Memphis, had wed immediately after their graduation from the school 25 years earlier. SILENT ERA SINGS EDWARDSVILLE, 111. (AP) — A collection of sheet music and orchestral arrangements used in St. Louis movie theaters during the silent movie era has been added to the Southern Illinois University library at Edwards ville. The collection was donated to SIU by the brother of Ralph Booker, a St. Louis musician who appeared frequently in the orchestra pit playing the silent movie mood music. RUSHVILLE (Indiana) DAILY REPUBLICAN 4 4 Thursday, April 18,1968 JL.L m DISCOUNT CENTER West on Highway 52 Mon. thru Thurs. 9 A.M. - 8 P.M. Friday ’Til 9 P.M. Saturday 9 A.M. - 8 P.M. Sunday 10 A.M. - 8 P.M. DISCOUNT VALUES In Every Department For The Whole F'amilv Rushville National Bank Rush County’s Oldest Bank Savings Accounts Checking Accounts Bank By Mail Personal Loans Business Loans • Safety Depcfit • Auto Loans • Home Improvement Loans • Certificates of Deposit Branch Banks: Milroy & Manilla — Member FDIC PUBLIC SALE of Carpenter and Reefing Tools Of The Late Ordie Lawson At rear of 410 N. Main Street Rushville, Ind. SATURDAY, APRIL 10 1 P.M. Electric saw; electric drill; large shop electric saw; hand saws; brace & bits; wood "lanes: nail bars; star drills; blow torch; shovel & spades; picks; steel tape; large bolt cutters; tool box; tve wrenches; 20 assorted pulleys; odds and ends of pamt: lots of drill bits; putty size window screens; slate shrgle cutter; chains; rope knife; lots of miscellaneous tools: TERMS: CASH Mm lelSse Meyers, Administratrix Jacobs, Auctioneer Brvant. Sale Manager DRIVE WITH CAUTION SPECIAL OF-THE-WEEK SPEED YOUR MAIL The mower with that Get up., end Mow! 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